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Food and drink delights this autumn at Racó del Montblanc

By | 23 September, 2018 | 0 comments

The greyer days of autumn -along with the rain, wind, first frosts and yellowing leaves on the ground- are the exact opposite of the rich variety of fresh produce served up at this time of year in the city. It’s the perfect time to head out to a great restaurant and enjoy a pleasant evening amongst friends and family, Read full article

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Berguedá in the autumn: much more than just the mushroom tourist trail

By | 20 September, 2018 | 0 comments

Any time of year is a good time to visit the beautiful region of Berguedá, but if there’s one truly perfect moment to pay the area a visit, it would be autumn. Throughout the season, this little corner of the Pre-Pyrenees region puts on a spectacular display of colour and a wonderful paradox takes place – when lots of trees in other parts of the world lose their leaves and are left standing bare, Read full article

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6 tips to keep in mind when visiting Spain’s famous mushroom region

By | 18 September, 2018 | 0 comments

Autumn is the perfect season for mushroom lovers. Just as the first autumn rains arrive and the temperatures start to drop, these small natural treasures spring up in forests across the most humid parts of the Iberian Peninsula. Though it’s possible to come across certain species at other times of the year, such as the perrechico and marzuelo, Read full article

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The best palaces in Barcelona: discover Palacio Moja

By | 15 September, 2018 | 0 comments

In Barcelona, you can visit and explore lots of palaces that will take you on a journey through the rich and diverse history of our great city.In previous blog posts, we’ve introduced you to some of these palaces, including Palau MoxóPalau CentellesPalacio Real Mayor and Palacio de RequesensRead full article

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Are you a chocolate lover? Visit Barcelona’s Chocolate Museum

By | 12 September, 2018 | 0 comments

Have you ever dreamed of visiting somewhere as wonderful as a world of chocolate? Well, in Barcelona, there’s an entire museum dedicated to all things chocolatey for you to explore. On your visit, you can enjoy an extensive tour, taking in a variety of chocolate sculptures, whilst learning all about the exciting and diverse history of the sweet treat in the most delicious museum in all of Barcelona. Read full article

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The 3 oldest restaurants in Barcelona – where tradition comes to life!

By | 5 September, 2018 | 0 comments

Barcelona is a city that’s full of history, enchanting places and unique destinations. As we’ve already seen in previous blog posts, Barcelona’s dining options are as extensive as they are varied, as we discovered in our best Michelin-starred restaurants in Barcelona and international cuisine in the Raval Quarter posts. Today, we wanted to explore some of the oldest restaurants in Barcelona, Read full article

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La Mercè, Barcelona’s biggest fiesta

By | 31 August, 2018 | 0 comments

You wait and you wait, but they always come along eventually. Yes, between 21th and 24th September, Barcelona will put on its very best party outfit to celebrate yet another year of the traditional La Mercè festival. After a summer packed with exciting activities and plenty of neighbourhood festivals, Barcelona is preparing to honour its patron with an intensive cultural and events programme. Read full article

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Amposta’s Rice Day Celebrations, just another reason to escape to the Delta del Ebro

By | 29 August, 2018 | 0 comments

Rice is intrinsically linked to the Delta del Ebro region. The natural geological features of this precious enclave found in the province of Tarragona make it one of the very best places in Spain for growing this kitchen-cupboard staple. In fact, the Delta del Ebro’s rice has been officially designated a protected crop in Spain, which gives you an idea of how important this area is for the much-loved food. Read full article

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Barcelona Cathedral, the Gothic jewel in Barcelona’s crown

By | 27 August, 2018 | 0 comments

The city of Barcelona holds a treasure trove of invaluable jewels, all belonging to different moments in time that hint at the city’s rich origins and vibrant past. One such treasure is Barcelona Cathedral, a Gothic gem in the form of an impressive temple of worship that holds some amazing hidden secrets.

Catedral de Barcelona

Known as the Catedral de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia, Read full article

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International cuisine in the Raval Quarter

By | 24 August, 2018 | 0 comments

With wonderful cuisine from all over the world, you can start your very own culinary global tour from right here in the heart of Barcelona. And it all starts in the Raval Quarter. Its streets are lined with great places to try, full of restaurants and bars where you can enjoy a whistle-stop tour of culinary delights from the world’s most varied food and drink scenes. Read full article

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